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(BPS Blackwell, 2012) Read more
Understanding Personality through Projective Testing
(Jason Aronson, 2012) Read more
Herman L. Bennett, who has served on the GC faculty as professor of history since September 1, 2009, is to be honored with the 2012 Equity Award from the Committee on Minority Historians of the... Read more
Candace McCoy (Prof., GC, Criminal Justice) has received a grant from the Andrus Family Fund to support initial research on the effectiveness of community meetings as a means of mediating conflicts... Read more
Professor Polly Thistlethwaite’s appointment as Chief Librarian of the Mina Rees Library at the CUNY Graduate Center, effective July 1, 2012, was approved by the CUNY Board of Trustees at its... Read more
Instrumentation in Audiology and Hearing Science: Theory and Practice
(Plural Publishing, 2011) Read more
Starting Treatment With Children and Adolescents: A Process-Oriented Guide for Therapists
(Routledge, 2011) Read more
John Dennehy (Asst. Prof., Queens) and Diana Bratu (Asst. Prof., Hunter) have each received a 2012 Career Award from the National Science Foundation (NSF). Dr. Dennehy studies the spread of viruses... Read more
The Christian Science Monitor has named Charter Schools and the Corporate Makeover of Public Education, by doctoral faculty members Michael Fabricant (Prof., Hunter, Social Welfare) and Michelle Fine... Read more
From Gift to Commodity: Capitalism and Sacrifice in Nineteenth-Century American Fiction
(University of New Hampshire Press, 2012) Read more